Saturday, May 18, 2013
Sorry to hear about that, Bill. I liked when she used to come visit us at the office.
There were some good tips from a bike shop owner I wrote about a couple of years ago. They still apply: http://www.sacramentopress.com/headline/41590/Tips_for_deterring_bicycle_thieves
Most Thai and Indian restaurants will be safe bets.
Pizza Rock has gluten-free crust for a $5 charge.
Chicago Fire has gluten-free crust for $1.50.
Sugar Plum Vegan has an assortment of gluten-free muffins, beers and other foods.
Queen Sheba will make the bread gluten-free if called a day in advance
Gulten-Free Specialty is a grocery store, and staff there can give tips on where to go.
Thank you for your comment. You're correct, and it's been changed.
Thank you for your comment. Records show the building was built in 1910, and the incorrect information has been removed.
Ed, The ordinance in its entirety is embedded in the article I linked to in the text. There were some glitches when I tried to embed it in this article yesterday.
To answer your question about the parking lots, the city is working with small businesses that don't need their parking lots on a program to open them for the nightlife crowd. Here is a link to an article I wrote about that a while back:
When I talked to her, she said that, in Natomas, business was centered around lunch and dinner rushes, whereas in Midtown, with more foot traffic, she needed to keep staff on longer because the rush times weren't predictable.
The space was also much larger than the one in Natomas.
Thanks for the info. I'm sorry to hear about the circumstances.
I've been trying to track down when, exactly, that was. Do you have a source for the 2004 date? And do you know if the hops were sold to local brewers?
Per J-E Paino Friday morning:
"We brewed it at the American River Brewery in Rancho Cordova."
He has previously told me he is looking to get a brewing location in Sacramento, but must build the business to the point where making that kind of investment is economically sensible.
While I can't speak to the location of another food truck pod, I can say that the trucks regularly make rounds as individuals to areas outside downtown and Midtown. Each truck typically has a Facebook or Twitter account where its location is updated. I'd suggest going to SactoMoFo's website or the Foodmob website to check for different truck locations and to see one that might come to your area.
The menu has a substantial amount of vegetarian food. If you click the forst link in the article, it will take you to the website, which shows the full menu.
I left a message with the owner of that club, but my call wasn't returned by publication time. I will be writing a neighborhood profile on the area soon, and that will be one of the topics discussed.
Thanks for reading, and for commenting.
It's Saturday. Thank you for the heads-up. It's been fixed.
Oktoberfest starts in September in Bavaria as well.
Was that Rita's?
I think people just lost interest in paying for it, but still, Curiosity landing on Mars and this have been two big events that draw tons of interest.
You can check the Twitter page without having a Twitter account. If you click the link in the article, you can see the feed, which has the most recent message at the top. Also, there is a phone number on the Twitter page: (916) 213-6363
Sorry, I wrote the wrong thing in the tag. The article is correct with "Crave."
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